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UCLA is committed to serving the needs of our community. Here you will find resources such as our interactive Health Library, Tests and ProceduresHeart Health Center, Cancer Health Center, Women's Health Center, Pregnancy Health Center and much more. Watch webcasts about medical questions answered by UCLA physicians


Chase Child Life Program
Part of the Department of Pediatrics, Child Life Specialists from the Child Life / Child Development Program address the social, emotional and developmental needs of hospitalized children.

Healthy Kids
Health information for parents, kids, and teens.
For Parents  |  For Kids  |  For Teens

Nathanson Family Resource Center
The Nathanson Family Resource Center provides a comfortable and welcoming environment for support of families and their significant others who are dealing with mental illness.

Rape Treatment Center
The Rape Treatment Center provides Support for victims and a safe, anonymous way to learn how to get help after a sexual assault. Located at the UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica.

Simms/Mann UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology
Part of the Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center at UCLA, the Simms/Mann Center is a special place designed to help patients and their families face the challenges brought about by cancer and its treatments.

Reflections Boutique
Reflections is a boutique and consultation suite designed to help individuals manage the physical appearance changes brought about by cancer and its treatment. Reflections is a non-profit organization, part of the Simms/Mann - UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology, which provides  a range of services oriented toward optimizing wellness after a cancer diagnosis.

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